Funding

President Bush Tuesday signed into law a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Today marks the beginning of the new fiscal year, FY 2009.

As reported by the Alliance earlier this week, the current funding level for the State Department’s educational and cultural exchange programs is $501.347 million.

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President Bush Tuesday signed into law a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Today marks the beginning of the new fiscal year, FY 2009.

As reported by the Alliance earlier this week, the current funding level for the State Department’s educational and cultural exchange programs is $501.347 million.
 

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the Senate Saturday approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Senate action follows that of the U.S. House of Representatives which passed the package last Wednesday. The fiscal year ends Tuesday, September 30.

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the Senate Saturday approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Senate action follows that of the U.S. House of Representatives which passed the package last Wednesday. The fiscal year ends Tuesday, September 30.

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the Senate Saturday approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Senate action follows that of the U.S. House of Representatives which passed the package last Wednesday. The fiscal year ends Tuesday, September 30.

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the Senate Saturday approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Senate action follows that of the U.S. House of Representatives which passed the package last Wednesday. The fiscal year ends Tuesday, September 30.

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, the Senate Saturday approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government, including the Department of State, functioning at current funding levels through March 6, 2009. Senate action follows that of the U.S. House of Representatives which passed the package last Wednesday. The fiscal year ends Tuesday, September 30.

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As the 110th Congress worked in recent weeks to wrap up its business, several bills related to international education, exchange, and travel made modest progress on Capitol Hill. While Congressional leaders have left open the possibility of returning before the end of the year to do more work on the financial crisis, further consideration of these international education and related bills is unlikely this year.

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The Senate Appropriations Committee report released last week to accompany the State, Foreign Operations appropriations legislation for FY 2009, outlines spending for the foreign operations accounts of the Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), including an increase for development assistance programs and a cut in Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) spending.

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The Senate Appropriations Committee released its report this week detailing legislation approved last Thursday that includes $545.25 million for State Department exchanges in fiscal year (FY) 2009. The Senate version of the bill includes a $23 million increase for exchanges over the Administration’s FY 2009 request, and a $44 million increase over current FY 2008 levels.

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